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Server: Add support for tags #155

mirko-s opened this issue Jun 6, 2015 · 6 comments

Server: Add support for tags #155

mirko-s opened this issue Jun 6, 2015 · 6 comments


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mirko-s commented Jun 6, 2015

As the notes are stored as HTML the meta tag 'keywords' in the head section of the HTML could be used to store tags for notes. Tags could then be used for filtering existing notes. When entering tags existing tags should be used for suggestion lists.

@mirko-s mirko-s changed the title Server: ARD support for tags Server: Add support for tags Jun 6, 2015
@Fmstrat Fmstrat added this to the Server - Unspecified milestone Jun 8, 2015
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This also can be a good idea to sort the notes vor ready/completed, important and so on.

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seal20 commented Aug 25, 2015

Perhaps using the favorites tag from owncloud could be a good start, allowing to "pin" notes. For me groups (as it is now) and favorites would be enough, of course more fine grain would be great too, but I think tagging of files is also coming to owncloud, so perhaps better to wait.

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Another alternative is to use subfolders for "Groups/notebooks" (unique) and store tags (multiple) within filename in sq. brackets.

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+1 and the subfolders

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Eothred commented Sep 28, 2016

+1 it is basically similar to groups, but allowing a note to be in multiple groups. It would also be nice if the Evernote import would include these tags (I have most of my notes sorted by tags).

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spoorun commented Nov 14, 2016

It would be good to use the built-in tag system in OwnCloud/Nextcloud

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